The purpose of Crisis Management and Behavioral Intervention Team (CMBIT) is to proactively identify, assess, and offer a coordinated institutional response to community members (and non-members) who pose a risk to themselves, others and/or the campus community. The CMBIT contributes to USF’s goal of keeping students on-track to graduate, as well as helping to promote a healthier and safer campus community.
The CMBIT is composed of professional staff from Counseling and Psychological Services; Office of Residence Life; Office of Student Conduct, Rights and Responsibilities; Student Disability Services; University Ministry; Department of Public Safety; Athletics; Risk Management; Dean of Students’ Office; and the Center for Academic and Student Achievement. The team brings in other departments on an as-needed basis depending on the situation being discussed.
The team meets weekly and is activated whenever the assessed risk will benefit from proactive intervention or requires response. The team develops and/or implements procedures to mitigate risks. Everything discussed at CMBIT meetings is confidential.
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To contact the team directly, call 415-422-5330 during regular business hours.